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Virtual Market Outlook Workshop
valve magazine enewsletter   News for VALVE readers who procure, specify, use, maintain, repair, sell and manufacture valves, actuators & controls. VALVE eNews is distributed every two weeks to 25,000 industry professionals

What Blockchain Does, It Does Very Well

Blockchain technology makes transaction records available to parties on a given network through a shared ledger. Such visibility can be valuable in many applications, including supply chain monitoring and maintaining warranty, repair and performance information for industrial equipment. MORE

Study Relates LNG Exports to Emissions

Using liquefied natural gas (LNG) for electricity in countries heavily reliant on coal produces more than 50% fewer greenhouse gas emissions, a new study done for the American Petroleum Institute shows. The study looked at fuel use in China, Germany and India, comparing coal to U.S. LNG export emissions. MORE

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VMA MEMBER AND VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Alfa Laval Agrees to Acquire Neles for Approximately $2B MORE

Richards Industrials Names Bast President & CEO, Succeeding Broxterman MORE

Neles’ New Valve Technology Center in China Starts Operations MORE

Flotech Stocking Henry Pratt Valves in the Carolinas MORE

DistributionNOW Names Cherechinsky CEO MORE


 
 

END-USER NEWS

Biden Unveils $2 Trillion Clean Energy Plan MORE

U.S. Crude Oil, Natural Gas Production Had Biggest Monthly Decreases in Years MORE

Global Chemicals Output Falls Again in May MORE

Dominion and Duke Energy Cancel Atlantic Pipeline MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Spring 2020:

Welding Specifications Issues

Qualifying welding procedures for specifications under ASME requirement depends on the materials being welded as well as the process used. MORE
 

Coming in Summer 2020:

Updates on What’s Happening

Every issue of the magazine includes a roundup of the latest industry and association news. In summer, VMA president Heather Rhoderick talks about the many changes that have occurred because of the pandemic, economic downturn and social/political unrest. The issue also details VMA's virtual events this fall, including the upcoming Market Outlook Workshop, and announces a new careers center designed to find needed talent.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

Industrial Production Up 5.4%, Factory Output Up 7.2% MORE

U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders Decreased in May MORE

Senator Proposes Hub to Coordinate National Manufacturing Policy MORE

Consumer Confidence Up, Still Below Pre-Pandemic Levels MORE

ISM: Manufacturing Makes Comeback in June MORE

U.S. Added 4.8M Jobs in June MORE

 


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